Zoren takes the helm in Mavy, Cassy and Carmina’s show
“Directing a TV program is not new to me. I’ve done a few directorial jobs in the past and I grew up, when we were still in Chicago, doing work behind the camera, including fixing cables and lights,” Zoren told Manila Standard in an online interview on Tuesday. As a way to recognize him being at the helm, Carmina and the twins even call him Director Z, which makes him smile from ear to ear whenever his children and wife mention the moniker, even in passing. “I’m just so glad that I have my entire family supporting me perform my job and when you do something that you love, you can’t really consider it work because our taping is also a bonding moment for our family,” the actor added. For twins Mavy and Cassy, working from home with their parents is nothing unusual. They’re very comfortable being on the same frame, and without any crew to help them mount the show, it’s also a learning experience for both teens. “We still have our own call time, Direct Z has a call time. But in reality, we can start taping anytime we want. Before, we were very comfortable doing the show in a studio, this time it gives a different vibe. It’s a homey feeling,” Mavy shared. The 19-year-old heartthrob explained that they treat the show’s crew and production members like their own family, but doing the show on their own, gives the show a different treatment. “It’s more authentic,” Mavy pointed out. “It’s just us doing our regular activities with the camera. Probably the only disadvantage I see is that Director Z is doing almost all the work.” They also wanted to give back since they have not given their audience new content, and they owe it to their viewers which is why they are doing their “best” to share with their viewers the kind of program they deserved.
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